Friday February 28, 2020

Meditation on healing properties of a ramble in the natural world

20th January, 2019
Emma Mitchell: when depression strikes, the natural world can plant a seed of hope

Non-fiction: The Wild Remedy, By Emma Mitchell, Michael O’Mara Books, €17.95

Ten years ago this summer, I got made redundant from my job at a magazine. It was the height of the post-Tiger crash; the queue at the local dole office snaked out of the door and along the street, full of shell-shocked people in similar circumstances to my own. The country felt like it was falling apart and I felt...

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